Label Database

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  1. Choose File - New - Labels to open the Labels dialog.

  2. On the Labels tab page, select the format of the label sheets you want to print on.

  3. Choose the database and table from which to get the data.

  4. Select a database field of which you want to print the contents. Click the button that shows a left arrow to insert the database field into the Label Text box.

    Continue to select and insert database fields if you want more fields on every label. You can press Enter to insert a new line, and you can type any character to insert fixed text.

  5. Optionally, if you want to type more text, apply formatting, or insert images and line art, you should enable Synchronize contents on the Options tab. If you enable this, once you leave the Labels dialog box a small window opens with a Synchronize button. Now you only need to work on the first label on the labels document, then click the Synchronize button to copy your work to every label of the document.

  6. Click New Document.

  7. When you see the label document, you might want to temporarily enable View - Field Names. This displays the fields in a more visible manner, so that you can arrange and edit label contents more easily.

  8. You can save and/or print the label document.

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Pesticide labels translate results of our extensive evaluations of pesticide products into conditions, directions and precautions that define parameters for use of a pesticide with the goal of ensuring protection of human health and the environment. The online Label Search is a flexible tool that is used to gather pesticide product information by searching the available Product Information Elements, or the full textual content of the entire label collection from the Pest Management Regulatory Agency (PMRA) Registered Products Database.

When you choose to print the document, you will be asked if you want to print a form letter. Answer Yes to open the Mail Merge dialog. In the Mail Merge dialog, you can select the records for which you want to print labels.

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Label-based security provides a flexible way of controlling access to sensitive data.

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Oracle Label Security controls data access based on the identity and label of the user, and the sensitivity and label of the data. Label security adds protections beyond the discretionary access controls that determine the operations users can perform upon data in an object, such as a table or view.

Table 2-1 shows the three dimensions with which an Oracle Label Security policy controls access to data.

Table 2-1 Oracle Label Security Data Dimensions

Data DimensionExplanation

Data Labels

A data row label indicates the level and nature of the row's sensitivity and specifies the additional criteria that a user must meet to gain access to that row.

User Labels

A user label specifies that user's sensitivity level plus any compartments and groups that constrain the user's access to labeled data. Each user is assigned a range of levels, compartments, and groups, and each session can operate within that authorized range to access labeled data within that range.

Policy Privileges

Users can be given specific rights (privileges) to perform special operations or to access data beyond their label authorizations.

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Note that the discussion here concerns access to data. The particular type of access, such as reading or writing the data, is covered in Access Controls and Privileges.

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When an Oracle Label Security policy is applied to a database table, a column is added to the table to contain each row's label. The administrator can choose to display or hide this column.